norxe, the new projector company from the team that brought projectiondesign (now part of Barco) to market some dozen or so years ago, has made its product debut now with the new P1 — a single-chip DLP LED projector that’s available in two native resolutions WQXGA (2560×1600) and WUXGA (1920×1200). Brightness depends on resolution (2,500 to 4,200 ANSI Lumens) and it’s spec’d to have an 8000:1 contrast ratio. Using all-glass lenses, there are four options available from 0.8 to 1.6:1 and the projector is LED light driven.
Inputs include two DVI ports, one DisplayPort and one HDMI; control is either LAN or RS232. The P1 projector uses NO moving parts such as phosphor wheels and color wheels as used in laser phosphor products; it’s actually all solid state.
According to norxe Head of Business Development Henning Kirchner, the target markets for the P1 are simulation, virtual reality, augmented reality, control rooms and medical and visitor attractions.